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Missing Children Society of Canada Announces Press Conference to Launch Groundbreaking CodeSearch Program

CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/15/12 -- On November 19th, the Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC) will host a press conference to unveil their groundbreaking national program uniting Corporate Canada, non-profits and law enforcement in the search for missing children.

The press conference will unveil unique methods of using technology to engage and unite workforces across the country, allowing corporations to make a difference in the communities they live and work in, while providing law enforcement with effective tools and a connected national network in the search for missing children.

Where & When:  Calgary Police Headquarters - Media Room          
               5111 47 St. N.E.                                  
               Calgary, Alberta                                  
               1:00 pm - Opening Remarks: MCSC, Calgary Police   
               Service and Corporate Partners                    
               1:10 pm - Technology Tools & Demonstrations       
               1:30 pm - Q & A / Interviews                      

Who will be in attendance:

--  Amanda Pick, Executive Director, Missing Children Society of Canada 
--  Chief Rick Hanson, Calgary Police Service 
--  Natalie Poole-Moffatt, Head of Public and Government Affairs, Apache 
--  Corey Evans, Community Marketing Manager, WestJet 
--  Jeff Gaulin, Director, Marketing, Communications & Government Relations,
--  Doris Kaufmann, Government & Media Relations, ENMAX 
--  Judy Peterson, Searching Parent 

About MCSC

--  Since 1986, the Missing Children Society of Canada has been reuniting
    missing children with their searching families through professional
    investigations, public awareness and family support programs.  
--  MCSC is the only nonprofit organization in North America that employs an
    in-house team of retired police detectives working closely with law
    enforcement while conducting hands-on investigative and search
--  For more information about MCSC, visit www.mcsc.ca. 

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